Unlike most other CPR/AED online courses, our course was both written and approved by AHA trained U.S board certified physicians. You can feel confident in the quality of our CPR/AED course. Our CPR/AED online course covers the same topics that AHA approved classroom courses trains you on. But, our CPR/AED training and exam is more affordable and more convenient than many classroom based CPR/AED training courses.
Our online CPR/AED Certification for the Community and Workplace course is a smart solution for obtaining or renewing your CPR certificate that offers many benefits, including:
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I took the online course as a refresher and it was laid out very well.
Absolutely. You can choose from our course which one you would like to get certified in. We also offer Basic Life Support certification in addition to CPR and First Aid
You have full access to your course material 24 x 7. Professionals in healthcare industry often work long hours so we make it as easy as possible, even for those coming home from the graveyard shift.
After taking the exam you can access your course work for up to 2 years from your registration date.
According to www.americashealthrankings.org, Oklahoma was ranked 43rd in overall health in 2012. The state has increased slightly from 46th in 2011. The life expectancy is 75.6, which is one of the lowest states compared to a national average of 78.7 years.
When it comes to healthcare spending, Oklahoma is ranked 15th, spending an average of $95 per person. Despite healthcare spending, the percentage of people who were uninsured in 2012 was 17.1%. Ranked 35th in the country, the number of people living without insurance has decreased slightly from 18.4% in 2007. The availability of primary care physicians in Oklahoma is the 2nd poorest in the nation, with an average of only approximately 80 PCPs per 100,000 residents, which is considerably lower than the national average of 121.
As of 2010, approximately 16.2% of the adult population is currently living in poverty, which indicates a 1.5% increase since 2000. As for children living in poverty, Oklahoma was ranked 24th with 20.7% of all children living below poverty level, marking a decrease from 25% in just the past year.
Due to a high prevalence of a sedentary lifestyle, Oklahoma is also among the poorest-ranked states for obesity, ranking 45th, with approximately 31.1% of the adult population considered obese, and marking a 4.6% increase in the last decade. The state is ranked 43rd overall for adults living with diabetes (11.1% of the population), suggesting a correlation between obesity and a higher prevalence of diabetes. Among children, the obesity ranking is also high at 42, with 16.7% of the adolescent population considered obese. Oklahoma also has a relatively high prevalence for stroke, with 3.4% of the population having had a stroke (compared to a national average of 2.1%).
With 26.1% of the state “lighting up,” Oklahoma has an exceptionally high prevalence of smoking and is ranked 47th in the nation. In contrast, however, only 16.5% of the population partakes in binge drinking, giving Oklahoma an overall ranking of 12th, however, this marks a 3.5% increase from 2011 alone.
With the strengths being low prevalence for infectious diseases and binge drinking, Oklahoma is still struggling with a high prevalence for smoking, obesity and diabetes and a low availability of PCPs.
CPR, First Aid and BLS (Basic Life Support) are critical qualifications for EMTs, RNs and other medical professionals. “CPR Select” provides quality online training programs for medical professionals wishing to become certified in CPR, First Aid and BLS in Oklahoma.
Local CPR Class Locations in Oklahoma
|OU Medical Center||940 NE 13th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73104-5008|
|International University||1111 South St. Louis Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74120-5440|
|Pontotoc Technology Center||601 W 33rd St, Ada, OK 74820|
West South Central Region
|State||Major Cities||Average Life Expectancy for Male||Average Life Expectancy for Female||National Health Ranking||CPR Select Courses Accepted|
|73.29 years||78.89 years||47th|
|New Orleans||72.17 years||78.57 years||49th|
|72.97 years||78.19 years||3rd|
|75.68 years||80.8 years||6th|
Oklahoma Cities List